- Producer26/09/2017How to get around the LinkedIn AlgorithmFor years LinkedIn has encouraged and even pushed its members to create and share content via status updates, groups, and even articles. The carrot has always been that you reach a large part of your professional network and their networks. However,...
Comments26/09/2017 #1 Javier 🐝 beBeeI fully agree.
Status Updates posted via a 3rd party tool (Buffer, Hootsuite, etc.) seem to get less visibility than those posted on LinkedIn natively
· Status updates including links to content outside LinkedIn seems to do worse than text-only Status Updates
-Long text only status updates without external links seems to perform much better
- Producer26/09/2017Q&A@beBee with Lance ScoularImage credit: steveoatesblog - WordPress.com With Q@beBee, I ask some of the most interesting people on this network 7 questions. The result, unedited, is the most fascinating answers. Q@beBee is an ongoing series that gives us the opportunity to...
Comments26/09/2017 #1 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeTwo great things about this buzz. First, to see @Sara Jacobovici resuming this lovely series. Second to make the return byinterviewing a man who has tremendous attention for others. He has always shared and commented on buzzes. We needed to explore @Lance 🐝 Scoular at greater depth. Great interview. My main take away from it is we learn more from experience than theory. Spot on and is true.
- 25/09/2017Yesterday: Asbury Park Boardwalk w/ great friends, surf & sun
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- 25/09/2017"People say New Yorkers can't get along. Not true. I saw 2 New Yorkers, complete strangers, sharing a cab. One guy took the tires and the radio; the other guy took the engine." - David Letterman
- Producer24/09/2017Leadership career paths!The leadership career path forum was a purpose-built discussion with renowned leaders from the hospitality industry.The forum was held at Gulfhost 2017 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.I always love to listen and learn how leaders inspire the people...
Comments25/09/2017 #20 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#19 "Segmenting them just right can win the election for you" I guess we see a living example of the same. All this knowledge and understanding should be embedded in the minds of youngsters right from when they start deciding their career path. It will result in them dealing with the obstacles that pop up when they rise, instead of compartmentalizing them the way we've been taught to do, as Cyndi said. Creating effective leaders right from the scratch, as we are placed in a leadership role in different stages of our lives. Thank you, Harvey, for taking the time to explain this so well. I understand this so well and will communicate the same with those that cross my path or look up to me for advice on the same :)25/09/2017 #19 Harvey Lloyd#18 I don't think you're wrong and probably dead on point. Leadership today is bogged down in reconciling self talk that should have been thought through actionable items presented.
My personal opinion, this is why the coaching, consulting industry is growing so fast. We are struggling with so many self thought ideas on the table at one time. Clearly we expect this from our budding leaders, but from our senior staff, not so much.
Politically all we here is self talk that doesn't inspire confidence in the voting population. But it does help to polarize issues and divide the voters. Segmenting them just right can win the election for you.25/09/2017 #18 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#16 Thank you, @Harvey Lloyd, infact I can wrap my head around this much better now. And it makes alot of sense as well. I can imagine the tension self-talk can cause in a team with an Alpha players. Learning how to formulate actions into self-talk into conclusions may be the need of the hour.
I guess this is the cause for chaos among political and some corporate leadership if I'm not wrong.25/09/2017 #16 Harvey Lloyd#10 In some applications i can listen to others think out loud. Being authentic as the leader and exposing self talk can create havoc an open playing field for alpha players. From my self talk i can facilitate discussions and draw from the strength of others while leading from an affirmative position.
My top players i expect them to take their own positions, weak and strong, and formulate a discussion of purpose. If not be quiet until you can. This may sound harsh on the surface but when meeting on delicate or major issues it's time for folks to put to task their executive thinking with their internal dialogue driving. I don't have this formula for our managers. They are leaders in the making and require facilitation of learning how to formulate actions into self talk into conclusions.
I can only support this through a scenario where you are with your doctor over a possible serious diagnosis. I don't want your self talk. I need your years of experience, education to formulate the best plan of attack. I can offer no feedback to your self talk. I'm not a doctor. In high level corporate meetings, regardless of size, we need self talk to be a guide to our thoughts, not distributed amongst the group.25/09/2017 #12 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#7 Yes dear @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee each of them were from different countries with different thoughts on leadership. But they all agreed that passion with purpose, the desire to succeed, experience/exposure to different cultures led them where they are today! Maria's career path was an interesting as she moved from a Finance into Hospitality without any experience in hospitality with just the zeal and motivation to lead and achieve success. I sat at the forum to see and learn, how these leaders have influenced the people around them but I've heard just one side of the story. It would be great to interact with the teams, these leaders have led and see how they've impacted change and brought about positivity in their leadership styles.25/09/2017 #11 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#8 Self-talk is based on conclusions, directions, and recommendations. I think that is precisely what I read from articles written by some leaders I've interacted with. Thank you, @Harvey Lloyd, for throwing more light on self-talk. I think self-talk can be classified differently person to person, leader to leader.
#6 Cyndi, I will practice more as this has resulted in clarity - "The more you practice allowing the 'space' for disturbances to rise up and pass through you, the more clear you will become"25/09/2017 #10 Cyndi wilkins"Self talk should not show up outside of your head, but rather conclusions, directions or recommendations from the self talk should show up only."
Agreed @Harvey Lloyd...lest we be considered a bit daft;-)
Effective leadership roles require one to be grounded in one's 'self' first...so as to have a firm foundation to operate from...unfinished business always creeps up to haunt, so make sure to keep your ducks in order... You simply cannot be an effective problem solver for others if you have not done that for yourself;-)25/09/2017 #8 Harvey LloydSome great thoughts and you made think about the chatter @Cyndi wilkins discusses. I would think that with the advent of social media we have become a thinking out loud type of communicator.
I would also imagine that the higher you get within an organization and the pace/size of decision become complex, the expectation changes. Self talk should not show up outside of your head, but rather conclusions, directions or recommendations from the self talk should show up only.
So this is not a lost point. WIth each leadership role advancement the self talk out loud should be diminishing and the assessment part should be growing in presentation.25/09/2017 #6 Cyndi wilkins#2 How true it is...There is more 'chatter' going on in one's own mind than the whole world outside of the self...The more you practice allowing the 'space' for disturbances to rise up and pass through you, the more clear you will become...When we deal with the obstacles that pop up when they rise, instead of compartmentalizing them the way we humans tend to do, we will always be ready to write the next chapter as it unfolds in our lives;-)25/09/2017 #2 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#1 @Cyndi wilkins Thank you, Clarity is exactly what I want to eat for breakfast every day. Cultivating the listening skill within the self by raising one's awareness to what their environment is telling them in any given set of circumstances is challenging with all the noise around but the minute I think about how it will benefit me, the ones around me and the ones I 'm sharing it with, I get Clarity :) It is challenging though to stay focused :)25/09/2017 #1 Cyndi wilkinsClarity comes with focused intent...and an authentic 'listener' has first cultivated this skill within the self by raising one's awareness to what their environment is telling them in any given set of circumstances...Be present...be still...and be stable in one's own mind and body first before you can have any positive influence on others to do the same...@🐝 Fatima G. Williams...you are one of our top leaders in the learning and listening department;-)
- 25/09/2017Hi beBees! Would love to introduce you to one of my friends in the Smartphone Film Festival world from Dublin in Ireland @Robert Fitzhugh. I told him about how wonderful and welcoming this platform is and he has decided to join us. His film festival is also accepting films shot with smartphones and they will hold their first festival in January. Welcome to beBee Bob! @Javier 🐝 beBee @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood @Milos DjukicDublin Smartphone Film Festival: Homewww.dublinsmartphonefilmfestival.com The Dublin Smartphone Film Festival (DUBSMARTFF) is a brand new international festival dedicated to celebrating work shot on Smartphone and...
Comments25/09/2017 #7 Robert Fitzhugh@Lance 🐝 Scoular thank you so much for the welcome to the app, it's overwhelming, I am still getting to grips with it so I might be a bit slow to respond but I will be in touch, thank you again, I am excited about the potential to interact with all of you and share ideas so this awesome, cheers from Ireland
- Producer22/09/2017Zen & The Art of Pool MaintenanceThere are nights, mercifully not every night, when you just can’t shut down your engines. Some nights it’s your mind that’s racing, other nights it’s your body that just won’t get comfortable in a prone position..For me tonight it’s a little of...
Comments25/09/2017 #9 AnonymousGood times for a change @Jim Murray and certainly for a better. This is a very powerful article. Introspection is a rare gift in social media, which are usually filled with nicely packed nonsense And yes we can be great when we are anonymous or when we clean the pool. Hence, you are great. Life is a short road to greatness or even negligence. I was brave or mad enough to recognize cynicism before, and not now. I understand cynicism and have a good dose of it myself. Does that give me the right to share some advice my friend? Maybe. But first of all to myself. Fractals forever and also a personal introspection above everything. I know nothing, as usual, but I am hard learner. Thank you.24/09/2017 #8 Jaqui LaneJim, Pool maintenance and zen? But I guess that's the response most of my friends have to my garden, veggie patch, worm farm, compost, watering routine. There's something about the regularity of tending to something that doesn't require feedback or a conversation that is calming. Next to swimming gardening is where I do some of my best 'non-thinking', that great state where you're doing something and not thinking but when you stop you've actually allowed your brain to relax and sort stuff out. Actual meditation does this as well but if your pool works for you that's great. Will wait to see if you start weaving in pool/water analogies to your writing. Jaqui23/09/2017 #5 Jerry FletcherJim, I find it haunting that your voice has now a calm once reserved for the eye of the hurricane. It is different in texture but the open clarity is still there. I'm enduring the opposite in terms of house neatness. Mine is on the market so it must be kept strack for showings. I feel like I'm back in Officer Candidate School primed for inspection at any moment.22/09/2017 #3 Phil Friedman#2 Welcome to the club, Jim. People may prefer to do business with others who have shared interests but doing business at all ultimate requires the presence of real business people and those interested in acquiring goods and services. Both of which, unfortunately, are lacking here -- as I've said many times in the last several months. When it comes to business on beBee, you have to ask, "What is the sound of one hand clapping? Cheers!22/09/2017 #2 Jim Murray#1 @Phil Friedman. Thanks bud. FYI I posted this on Pulse too. Just to see what would happen. So far 7 whole views. I promoted it once on my newsfeed. It's still pretty pathetic over there. Starting this week, because we are now fully organized, I will be doing the bulk of my posting on the Bullet Proof web site and in our Facebook group. I will also be linking to your business group. This site is very lopsided social to business.22/09/2017 #1 Phil FriedmanHopefully, @Jim Murray, you will soon become a master of both Zen AND swimming pool maintenance. As you correctly perceive, swimming pool maintenance is something you can put your soul into, concentrate, become one with the sparkling clear and clean water and algae-free pool surface. You have much to learn, yet. But I'm sure you will -- if you give yourself to it wholeheartedly. Take it from someone who has communed with some 15,000 plus gallons for more than two decades. BTW, one of the best pieces you've written -- with all due respect to Robert Pirsig, who didn't really know squat about motorcycles or their maintenance. https://www.bebee.com/producer/@friedman-phil/innovation-does-not-always-mean-progress
- Producer#GameOfdrones: quDron Inc, Buenos Aires: Global Drone technologies Consulting ServicesQuDron Global Drones Technologies quDron Inc provides consulting services in unmanned aerial, ground and ocean technologies especially in corporate anti-drone protection systems, long-medium range surveillance drones and unmanned traffic...
Comments25/09/2017 #27 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorI strongly recommend the initiation with Nanorobots or Nano drones (less than 60-70 USD) which are harmless and considered more t=like a wow gadget, than a big 260-500 USD entertainment drone. I would start with a wheel-terrestrial drone (max 80 USD) and a simple smartphone remote control (low speed but hours of interactivity) perfect for x-mas gift.25/09/2017 #26 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#25 My son is 6 going & in a couple of month, you should see him with a remote command software on a smartphone. He did a demo at his school for the Robot Day and got the respect of 700 pupils. What he learn that day is priceless. Focus on what you want to accomplish, learn, play safe and stay humble. He gained self confidence and pride. Know he learns coding by bricks on the smartphone to program the drone for gesture recognition. And it works. There is no age to start, but the ability to understand that you exist amongst others is required, self consciouness ( at least the begining of it) and the limits of what you can do and must not. Leave no child unattended, please (talking to parents, aunties and uncles).25/09/2017 #21 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.it is amazing how far technology can come25/09/2017 #15 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorThanks for the support @David B. Grinberg, quDron is at the dawn of original content instead of curated, thanks to it's partnership with the 24/7/365 MybeBeeTV Live Shows initiatives. It will be a hug take for every VIP hosts an their guests to interact live with a Facebook based audience and Twitter's one combining both!
- Hydrogen EmbrittlementHydrogen Embrittlement Hydrogen damages is one of the most complex phenomena of degradation of metallic materials, due to a number of new unknowns in the kinetics of process, compared to the degradation in the absence of hydrogen in the metal. Most often, a
- Producer23/09/2017Top online courses to improve writingIn retirement, many people take on new adventures and new hobbies. Some take up writing so the following would be of great interest to those bloggers and writers who are interested in improving their writing skill sets. A blogger named Arthur Gutch...
- 23/09/2017More new beBee.com bee's 🐝 joining us!! COOL BUZZ. 😎😎😎😎🐝👍, great "newBee" meeting help in Savannah today!!!!
Comments24/09/2017 #3 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand AmbassadorThank you @Sonia 🐝 Quiles Espinosa, @Sergio Weinfuter, @Luiz Henrique Souza .E., @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador, @Hector Fong Mendoza, @Geraldo Passofundo Fernandes, @Don Philpott☘️, @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood. You are all a great group of Bees!!!!
- Producer22/09/2017African Culling Experiment Part TwoWhen I first arrived in South Africa in 1999 there was a rather dark joke circulating. The Toyota Hiace - used as an informal taxi was also known as the 'High Impact African Culling Experiment'. It wasn't funny, every day I would see these...
Comments24/09/2017 #12 Claire L Cardwell#9 @Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SA - I do agree with you regarding the fact that we are more adapted to a 'no starch' diet and let's face it most 'starches' such as mealie pap, white rice and pasta are manufactured or modified in some way. However the majority of people on this planet are semi skilled and skilled labourers and they need the extra energy boost a bowl of porridge or some potatoes etc. bring. In addition they simply can not afford the high amounts of protein required by following the Prof Noakes diet. It actually doesn't really matter what you eat or drink these days, pretty much everything in one way or another has been tampered with. The FDA is about to allow genetically modified salmon onto the market soon and GMO yeast is already helping us make wine. Why after more than 2000 years of successful wine making with the old stuff we need new stuff is beyond me....22/09/2017 #10 Claire L Cardwell#9 I also follow a low carb low fat diet - I am not a big meat eater, so mostly fill up on fruit and vegetables with eggs, chicken or fish a few times a week. I've lost about 37kg in the last couple of years and have so much more energy. I also don't eat dairy products very often.22/09/2017 #9 Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SA#8 Claire..Im a great admirer of Prof.Noakes and put a lot of faith in his work.Low Carb diet is the answer..I follow Banting myself and gave a lot of health and weight loss of 10 kgs without even trying.Our bodies were designed for meat and leafy greens and have been conditioned to do so for thousands of years..grains and maizes are foreign to our genetics..22/09/2017 #8 Claire L Cardwell#7 It certainly is @Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SA - I heard that the dietary guidelines were actually compiled by a vegan.... A good friend told me last week that the FDA does not have to have independent scientific studies done into the drugs and food additives etc. released onto the US market and thus so regarded as 'safe' by the American people and the rest of the world...22/09/2017 #2 Chris 🐝 Guest Cert.Prof.Acc.SAMorning @Claire L Cardwell.This is simply shocking stuff!! I'm aware of GM issues but was not at all aware of the extent to which it is impacting tge staple diet of millions of South Africans.
On a lighter note thanks for bringing back great childhood memories of Maltabella porridge..my brothers and I loved it..much better than Jungle Oats.Mom made it for us most days bless her!
- Producer22/09/2017It's the First Fall Friday Funday of 2017!Sigh. Wasn’t it just the first day of spring or summer? It’s so true that we need to cherish every day we’re given, because they move so quickly!And part of that cherishing, at least for humans, is the ability to laugh and enjoy the good things in...
Comments23/09/2017 #6 Ken BoddieThis time around, Susan, every single one of your gems has me in fits. As one, however, who loves to go tangent seeking and often lacks focus on the essentials, your perfect purr-rif-a roll vision "takes the biscuit", or should it be "is the bread winner"?
And then there's the ice cream and wine teaser, which goes to prove that, although "the best things in life are free", money sure buys a whole lot of compensation.
Comments24/09/2017 #2 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand AmbassadorI love artists & bee's on beBee.com::: @Sonia 🐝 Quiles Espinosa, @Sergio Weinfuter, @Luiz Henrique Souza .E., @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador, @Hector Fong Mendoza, @Geraldo Passofundo Fernandes, @Don Philpott☘️, @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood. You are all a great group of Bees!!!!
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Comments24/09/2017 #4 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#3 Thank you @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador, the development of accounts reach is due to a better in a one to one marketing strategy with 17'2% of users conversion rate. More targeted users in the segment 1k to 100k followers base and over 100k.
- 23/09/2017Here Are The Exact Words To Use On Social Media To Get More Customers
by @John White, MBAHere Are The Exact Words To Use On Social Media To Get More Customersdld.bz Every month, I consult with a variety of entrepreneurs and brands on their social media strategy. When I first meet with them, they always raise...
- Producer23/09/2017MUSINGS - by Devesh BhattMusings of a beautiful calm,Held me like a loving palm.Amidst the trials, a needed touch,Before misery, could become a crutch.This calm, seldom, felt annoyed,Or rush through senses, overjoyed.It slowly took me, in it's fold.It gave a new voice, to...
- 22/09/2017Changing Paths - is it a choice?
by @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeChanging Paths- is it a choice?dld.bz I was watching a nice video on the movement of light balls in a cup filled with varying amounts of water. If the cup is half-filled the light...
- @Lance 🐝 Scoular & MybeBeeTV are opening the path soon. Who wants to be interviewed: 10 seats open (6 minutes format) Volunteers? Enlist you in the very privileged short list of VIP hosts for live shows, would you like to do a series or would that be a one-time show (for the fun), our business canvas needs 62 hosts, permanent ones. We provide training and templates, you host and animate during 60, inviting 5 to 10 guests on the own webcams or smartphones. Each guest has from 6 to 10 minutes airtime for live interviews, mixed or not with pre-recorded video sequences. We can mix live, YouTube reuse possible for your channels. https://www.facebook.com/MybeBeeTV/
Comments23/09/2017 #1 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand AmbassadorGreat example of user conversion by ABM server where you lower exposure, but you convert more than 100K accounts during the summer/ That's is the power of One to one marketing automation by Engineeo Global Venture R&D and AI department
- 24/09/2017Morals and ethicsMorals and ethics Every person deserves the right to a moral and ethical voice; a mental-muscle that behooves us to exercise. Opine away, with grace and responsibility to our fellow planetary occupants! Fence-sitting is for birds
Which way is up?
by @Sara JacoboviciWhich way is up?dld.bz Image credit: French Stack Exchange INTRODUCTION It is my job to help individuals “make sense” of things and be able to understand what often lies...
- Producer21/09/2017In Diversity We TrustMonths ago I wrote half an article that was meant to be bundled along side another half. Myself and another blogger had in mind to produce a long form post together. For various reasons it did not happen and it did not help that I had also lost the...
Comments25/09/2017 #42 Pascal Derrien#41 thanks @Pamela 🐝 Williams I think it is probably more a question of making it happen when one is rather than going to a place where everything has fallen into places, there will always be friction but if we can make it a slightly better on our turf I think it can go a long way :-)24/09/2017 #41 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsYesterday I listened to a news story on the battle going on in Barcelona over a people wanting recognition as a separate nation ( I believe this was the intent) The Catalonians...Then I listened to another story later about the Kurds. The US is so divided by so many "Thems', more so than I've witnessed in my lifetime.
Then I had to wonder; was I living in a bubble, did this always exist and I just didn't see it. Who are all these hate mongers crawling out of the woodwork? They are not part of the America I loved. Is there anywhere left to go where diversity is seen as something of value or are we all truly being forced into cloning? I don't like my country any more. Iwe have truly become the obnoxious 'America' and it disgusts me to no end23/09/2017 #39 Claire L CardwellMoving to South Africa as a foreigner (a white foreigner) in 1999 there was still an attitude of celebrating our diverse cultural background. We were trying our best to be that rainbow nation. Now things are different. Whilst the people look into each others eyes and make a judgement call on who that person is rather than what they are, things at the top are different. A divide and rule policy and a lot of finger pointing on all sides is taking place. Unfortunately we have to all admit that as humans we still mainly judge each other for what we are rather than who we are.23/09/2017 #37 Devesh 🐝 Bhatt#35 if we were to talk in lines of caste ,Dalit and Non dalit.
I belong to the upper caste despised by dalits, Himalayas are a non caste environment, so is a lot of the non river basin belt.
Ram Nath kovind is an example of a Dalit who traded civil liberties of his caste for upper caste pupilage.
Fyi.. see the Child labour Act of india legislated on 28th July 2016. Most lowere caste children suffere from this. Most upper caste children languishing in poverty suffer from this.. Our Nobel laureate has been talking in a muffled voice over this.
Nobody opposed the passage of this bill, there was no public outcry because the areas where they resented, it wasnt covered by the media.
Post demonetisation, children have been forced to work for food and shelter and Govt has fudged the numbers of child labour.
I voted for this Govt. I feel ashamed now.
Urban educated Indians believe in outsourcing social welfare to really old people. A 90 year old won us our Right to privacy, a 75 yr old our right to information.
As far as India is concerned, A dalit President is political appeasement to show that all is progressive while dalit and non dalit politicians screw the people.
It is a sham
Casteism is publicised based on incidents that happen after a boiling point on certain days. The poor are exploited every single day, amd yes the women and children.
Any man with money in their pockets has never been exploited. After long drawn enquiries,this is the outcome every single time.22/09/2017 #35 Yolanda Ávila MárquezI am optimistic.
I think things are changing only that they are doing it very slowly.
Ram Nath Kovind the Prime Minister of India is a 'dalit'.
AUDREY TANG, Digital Minister in Taiwan is a transgender person.
They are just a couple of examples of what a few years ago was unthinkable and today is happening.
Regards.22/09/2017 #33 Deborah LevineCultural anthropology teaches us that every culture in every era has a sense of "Them" and "Us". There are times when differences are appreciated, like when we go to a foreign country for a vacation, see sights unseen, and eat exotic food. But the every day experiences of diversity on our home turf are subject to heightened emotions. Trying to homogenize all concerned may only deepen resentments, rather than create a level playing field. The situation requires mentoring programs and management training that focus on diversity. In turn, those initiatives must be implemented from the top echelons of leadership, whether corporate or, in this case, political. The placement of this unusual individual may be more of a political move than a diversity one, but it may now be replicated. Even if such an appointment happened just once in every town, workplace, and agency in the country, the message would gradually move from expediency to normalization.22/09/2017 #31 Lisa Vanderburg#23 I hear you @Pascal Derrien; I'm a foreigner here and in my country of origin, but I KNOW I'm lucky because I'm white(ish) and speak English....isn't that an awful thing to say! I used it on my own boys when they pissed and moaned about something (they were raised in the US); 'you're white, male, huge, English-speaking, in a first-world country....you have absolutely no grounds for whinging!'22/09/2017 #29 Pascal Derrien#27 a few home truths in your comments actually the video is fan made so probably more some kind of organic marketing than something fully thought thru :-) speaking of music I really like Corrosion of Conformity @CityVP 🐝 Manjit View more#27 a few home truths in your comments actually the video is fan made so probably more some kind of organic marketing than something fully thought thru :-) speaking of music I really like Corrosion of Conformity @CityVP 🐝 Manjit :-) Close22/09/2017 #28 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#13 @Don 🐝 Kerr, "They have friends with two daddies and others with two mommies. They have no comprehension of why that is somehow anything but normal. My wife and I strive to keep that attitude alive." That's how my parents raised us during the 60's and on. It wasn't until I grew older and began 'hearing' of race issues that I realized there were people who weren't able to accept or tolerate people who were weren't white. It made my stomach turn, literally and I had a hard time comprehending why people were so 'ugly,' literally- I really had a hard time understanding hatred over differing colors. I'm ashamed to admit but where I live now, well it's rare to see many black people here. I grew up in a diverse town and it's real... the town I live in is proof as are many rural areas that they still aren't open to diversity. If my daughter didn't live here, I would move in a heartbeat.
My hope for the future, our kids and grandchildren. It has to stop somewhere, and begin anew!22/09/2017 #27 CityVP 🐝 ManjitThere is diversity as an intelligence and there is diversity as a political and corporate conception. What diversity means to a politician or a typical corporate HR response is no where near diversity being an intelligence. Corporate and political speak is itself a conformity that plays out in similiar ways - so how the heck is that diverse?
When the policy makers and political hacks all sound the same, then this idea of diversity is a product produced that resembles very little to the intelligence that should be diverse.
Saying the right things and presenting oneself as diverse is another part of that branding song and dance that gets played, and that dance is definitely a conformist one, and nothing remotely like developing value from difference or recognizing diversity as an individual freedom and choice rather than a political or corporate conscription.
Even the Chevelle band is not really diverse unless the four million albums it sold can be proven to be cutting cross boundaries. My guess is that there is a certain tribe who buys much of that music and so eventually the Chevelle's have their own marketing niche in which to sell records. The point here is not what the Chevelle's are but what marketing is and what politics is. Diversity should be that which is above those primal forces, but it is not.
For sure acceptable prejudices as well damning prejudices prevail as do tribal separations Citing diversity initiatives does very little to all that stuff, which simply gets brushed under the carpet. Candor and difficult conversations are not the mainstay of diversity initiatives, but they should be - and as a Few Good Men Says - diversity initiatives often "cannot handle the truth".21/09/2017 #23 Pascal Derrien#20 thanks @Lisa Vanderburg it is a tricky one and I sometimes end up believing that people won't understand what it is to be a foreigner until they actually become one, there are roughly 250 millions of people in the world living and working in a country different than their country of origin :-)
- Producer22/09/2017How to Write Great Content with This 7 Easy HacksOnce upon a time, there was a boy who thought he had a decent writing skill. He was actually doing good in writing his diary and letters. In fact he wrote the very first poem when he was in class 3. Then someday in later age he had started writing...
- Producer24/09/2017Plan A and Plan B – Mistakes and a Path for Continuous ImprovementI recently completed another version of my Lightning Detector for next year’s Maker Faire season. It is the same circuit but packaged in a small desktop cabinet. The new configuration is more compact and self-contained and looks more like a “final...
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Comments24/09/2017 #100 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#99 That is precise. I think you are mature for a webconference with my team. You need to meet @hichem chahed our solution architect. Please Produce it, but do not publish it yet. Things need to be preapred before and after the video. Wait till you conference with us, you will radically understand and change your vision of modern business. Welcome to our world (R&D Engineeo Global Ventures). Resend me inbox your email to be invited.24/09/2017 #99 Maite Barroso Del Cerro#96 @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador Yes ...duration over five minutes:
There is an entrance with free music...
In the first moment I will talk about the history of the colony.
After that I am explaining what ingredients and containers are needed to make a cologne in your home.
I am going to give a formula and the way to do it.
I will close with:
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The next video will be like making a perfume in solid cream.
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Do you like the synopsis?24/09/2017 #95 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador@Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher @Gloria 🐝 🐾 💫 ☕ (Glo) Ochoa there will be more than following, there will be technology delivered, new videos, tutorials. Behind the scenes you have dedicated entreprise web server, an ABM one for marketing automation and a rmtp one for streaming live and recorded contents.23/09/2017 #89 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#88 Agreed! Its only about hours on the users manual and freakin' settings LOL....After it is hard work, love, and empathy for and with others. Hugh on a Live show, that would be a Hell of a Kickstarter, kinduv Kangarroo's jump in the pond! Hahaha.23/09/2017 #87 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#85 Oh yes, @🐝 Fatima G. Williams. I am crawling under task with rmtp server settings and webRTC teams, plus a funnel of 668 requests on facebook from group owners/ But you are on the top of my VIP list. @hichem chahed finishes Master of finace today. So next 72 hrs are our agenda. Anyone knows where @Gabriel Bazzolo went ? Gabriel Donde estas compadre? Everyone is on the deck, but you....23/09/2017 #86 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#84 many thanks, the respect is mutual @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador I will be part of this. A matter of time.23/09/2017 #84 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#81 Thanks Liesbeth, I hope you will travel safe and sound to your next home. Whentime goes by, we hope to see you onboard. You have a born-talent that need to get under lights. @Lance 🐝 Scoular is opening the path for everyone for October, We already have sponsors, to easy the cost process, the more jump in the more it call money then budget to execute. That is the law of attraction.23/09/2017 #83 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.direct23/09/2017 #82 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.special and one of the most precious channels: mybebeeTV watch it!!! You will LOVE it, let's walk this road together!!!23/09/2017 #81 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.May mybebeeTV become the most watched and loved channel worldwide. We are all proud of the genius behind it @stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador May everyone see your highest value!!!!23/09/2017 #80 stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador#79 @Yogesh Sukal, no buzz, live buzz are for beBee Live buzz platform, remember, MybeBeeTV is a Media broadcaster, independent, using a mix of rmtp servers of our own and FacebookLive capabilities but enhanced, instead of a one way Live Buzz like beBee or FB or LinkedIn, Periscope, etc..it is a multi-cast shared screen live interactive, very much like ones you see on CBS, CNN, CBC Ajdjazeera etc... but accessible to the many and affordable to any brands that would like to pay sponsored content. It a way different than curated content like @John White, MBA once said, therefore insipred us to surpass ourselves technically as Tech savvy brand ambassadors. No live buzz, only live interactions 1 to 3 hosts for 60 mins with 10 guests (3-5 mins each). Rapid, fast paced shows, grabbing short attention span of auditors over a 2.6 billion users audience on facebooklive and other channels.